We’re pleased to say enrolment for 2021 takes place between Thursday 12 August and Friday 22 October. During this period, you can visit campus and chat to our Curriculum team about any questions you have.
Whether you need help finding a course, you’re looking for somewhere to study or have applied elsewhere and changed your mind, we can help everything fall into place. Simply drop in any time from 10am to 4.30pm, or 10am to 4pm on Fridays.
Our campus is conveniently located on Bradford Road, right next door to Keighley train station.
A member of our friendly staff will welcome you on the day.
Please bring with you a copy of your GCSE results (or any other qualifications you have gained) and a form of personal identification.
This could be your:
You may also want to bring:
If you have any questions about what you need to bring, you can speak to an advisor using our Live Web Chat.
Our friendly staff will talk to you about your next steps. This could be a discussion about your GCSE grades, A level results or existing qualifications; your study options; or helping you find a course based on your interests. Visiting us also gives you a chance to get a feel for our campus and facilities.
We are currently asking visitors to keep two metres apart in outdoor settings. We are also following government guidance on wearing face masks indoors. This will help us respect the needs of different individuals and ensure everyone feels comfortable during their visit.
Not at all. There’s still time to find a course that suits you. We advise attending one of our drop-in sessions where we can help you discover the right course.
If you have received an offer from us, you will have been sent your Results Upload Form after submitting your Enrolment Form. Please continue to fill this in and add your results as planned. One of our Curriculum team will then contact you to discuss your options and help decide the right course level for you.
If you are struggling or haven’t received your Result Upload Form, you can still come along to the drop-in sessions and we can help you upload your results.
You still have time to change your course. You can speak to us directly and discuss which course is right for you at our drop-in sessions.
Your tutor, or the department you are studying with, will contact you to arrange your return date to college and what you need to bring with you.
In most cases you will usually receive these during your college induction. Your tutors or course department will contact you to arrange this.
Whether you are a student aged 16-18 or 19+, or you are 20+ and looking for support with childcare costs, you will find all the information you need on on our dedicated financial support page: